Molecular descriptors of certain OTIS interconnection networks
Keywords:Zagreb index, Zagreb polynomial, Networks, Chemical graph theory
AbstractNetwork theory as an important role in the field of electronic and electrical engineering, for example, in signal processing, networking, communication theory, etc. The branch of mathematics known as Graph theory found remarkable applications in this area of study. A topological index (TI) is a real number attached with graph networks and correlates the chemical networks with many physical and chemical properties and chemical reactivity. The Optical Transpose Interconnection System (OTIS) network has received considerable attention in recent years and has a special place among real world architectures for parallel and distributed systems. In this report, we compute redefined first, second and third Zagreb indices of OTIS swapped and OTIS biswapped networks. We also compute some Zagreb polynomials of understudy Networks.
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